Tag: baby clothes

Behind the Design: Argentine Florals


Flowers are everywhere in Buenos Aires. You’ll see them in the obvious places, parks, trees that line streets and in yards…but also in places you might not expect. You’ll find floral designs adorning signage (called filetado), sculptures and restaurant facades. You’ll see them in the textiles, the ceramics and embroidery. When our team traveled to Buenos Aires, they came back with pictures of the beautiful designs they found throughout the city. Learn about how the floral designs they saw inspired our designs for many of our baby girl pieces.

Behind the Design: Ranchero Graphic Tee

On our trip through Argentina, we had the pleasure of staying at La Candelaria del Monte, a fully working estancia in the Las Pampas region of Argentina. We met the owner, a real-life South American gaucho (cowboy), named Sebastián Goñi. Sebastián shared with us what it’s like to live on an estancia, and all the work that goes into running the farm. This September, you will find many graphics and prints inspired by the estancia itself: gauchos, criollo horses, open fields and trails. Our hope is that all little citizens feel the spirit of estancia life in their own home through these designs.


Sporty Style Guide for Your Baby Girl

15JAS_S_BG03_162This fall, we’re bringing a sporty edge to outfitting. Little citizens of all ages, boys and girls, will be able to be able to romp around freely in the newest Tea styles. City life calls for clothing that allows little ones run around without apprehension.  Influenced by the versatility we saw in La Paz, you’ll find our fall styles are suitable for any occasion. Love the classic sporty look of a baseball tee? We’ve got just what you’re looking for in classic Tea prints.

Paisley Palace

Modern India takes great care and pride to retain the extraordinary refinement of its many palaces, old temples and ancient forts. We’ve fondly named our newest delivery, Paisley Palace. From the stunning marble dome of the Taj Mahal to the ornate arches of the Mysore Palace to the spectacular paintings that adorn the Amer Fort, there is no lack of inspiration in the architecture in India. Many of our designs in this collection are named after these great palaces! Take a look at the history of these great sites to better understand the story behind the design.


The Amer Fort was built by the conqueror Raja Man Singh who ruled from 1590-1614 AD. On our visit here, we rode painted elephants and admired the red curtains that framed the fort. We were inspired by the elaborate painted motifs on the walls and ceilings in the Jaipur City Palace.

DIY Baby Blanket Embroidery Tutorial

DIY EmbroideryIn the Bengali region of India, it is a tradition for a grandmother to make each of their grandchildren a kantha quilt. The quilt is made out of three layers of fabric most commonly, strips of worn sari’s because the material is super soft against the babies’ skin and perfect for nap time or cuddling. The tradition of the kantha quilt is a way of connecting with family, even after the grandparents are gone. It is such an important tradition that the grandmother’s will make extra kantha quilts so that if she passes away before all of her grandchildren are born, they will still have a quilt. 

Welcome, Baby! Sweepstakes

Welcome, Baby!

This is one giveaway new momma’s won’t want to miss! We’ve teamed up with Giggle, Ergobaby, Orbit Baby and Skip Hop to bring you a prize package valued at over $3000! One lucky winner will soon own a $500 Tea gift certificate, Harper crib & changer from Giggle, Stroller travel system from Orbit Baby, an organic bundle of joy and two swaddles from Ergobaby and a $500 Skip Hop gift certificate.

Enter to win!

July Instagram Round Up

We asked you to use #teacollection in your Instagram photos and we were so excited to find that you did! Each month we’ll round up 12 of our favorites and share them with you here on Studio T.

row 1 (left to right): @ngstew, @agoldenafternoon, @saartje410

row 2: @pekechikpr, @embeerich, @beknitpicky

row 3: @rossila49, @chelseypaul, @briana_mcdonell

row 4: @dawnmg, @ambernge, @ariedeman

Always cozy and comfortable

Welcome baby, to a world of color & cloud of comfort!
Our ‘Welcome Baby’ collection has everything you’ll need, from night time snuggles to stylish outings, we’ve got you covered. Always cozy – you’ll never have to worry about your little one being uncomfortable.
May 14-16 Take 20% off our hand-selected ‘Welcome Baby’ collection with code ‘LULLABY20’
Happy shopping!